Loughor are the new leaders of SWALEC League division two west after an 38-12 over bottom side Gorseinon.
They capitalised on Builth Wells' slip-up against Cwmavon where they went down 27-13. Bridgend Athletic saw their slim title hopes go out of the window after losing 23-16 to Pencoed.
Aberystwyth continued their dominance at the top of division three west, running in seven tries on route to a 51-8 triumph over Llanybydder while Cardigan were in impressive form as they dispatched Llanelli Wanderers 32-0.
Aberavon Quins stay top of division three south west after their 15-7 win over Tondu and Seven Sisters eased their relegation fears with a hard-fought 17-14 win over fellow strugglers Maesteg Celtic.
Llandeilo made it 13 wins out of 13 this season with in division four west with an emphatic 84-0 win over Hendy. Brynamman look like the only side capable of catching the leaders, and they kept up the pressure with a 35-0 win over Cwmgors.
Bryncoch cemented their credentials as division four south west favourites with a 20-15 win at home to challengers Glyncorrwg.
Cefneithen kept up their division five west title charge with a 23-9 victory against Aberaeron, and Abercrave remain unbeaten at the top of division five south west, their latest triumph, a 64-5 thrashing on Glais.
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